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Celia ; The tale of Ruby Rose. Tale of Ruby Rose

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C0002005616 DVD CEL
Digital Video   Cardwell Library . . Available .  
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Identifier 9344256018343
Call Number DVD CEL
Celia (Motion picture : 1989),
Title Celia ; The tale of Ruby Rose.
Variant title Tale of Ruby Rose
Published Australia : Distributed by Umbrella Entertainment, ©2018.
Physical description 2 DVD-videos (200 minutes) : sound, colour ; 12 cm.
Content type two-dimensional moving image
Media type video
Carrier type videodisc
Notes Catalogued from container.
Umbrella Entertainment : DAVID3945.
Celia originally produced as a motion picture in 1989. The tale of Ruby Rose originally produced as a motion picture in 1987.
Contents Celia (1989) -- Tale of Ruby Rose (1987).
Credits Celia: Directed and written by Anne Turner. Produced by Gordon Glenn, Bryce Menzies, Ian Pringle, Timothy White.
The tale of Ruby Rose: Directed by Roger Scholes. Produced by Antony I. Ginnane, Bryce Menzies, Ian Pringle, Basia Puszka, Andrew Wiseman.
Performer Note Celia: Rebecca Smart, Nicholas Eadie, Victoria Longley.
The Tale of Ruby Rose: Melita Jurisic, Chris Haywood, Rod Zuanic.
Summary Celia: An imaginative and somewhat disturbed young girl fantasizes about evil creatures and other oddities to mask her insecurities while growing up in rural Australia.
The Tale of Ruby Rose: In the wild and isolated wilderness of the Tasmanian highlands, Roby Rose is overcome by her phobic fear of darkness. Ruby cries out to the elemental spirits that surround her. She is driven to take a harrowing journey out of the mountains to seek help from her lost grandmother.
Audience Censorship classification : M.
Technical details DVD video ; Dolby Digital 5.1/2.0 ; region 4 ; PAL, NTSC ; 16:9 widescreen 1.77:1.
Language English.
Notes Celia: Australian Film Institute 1987 Winner, Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Victoria Longley. Créteil International Women's Film Festival 1989, Winner Grand Prix - Ann Turner.
The Tale of Ruby Rose: Australian Film Institute 1987 Winner, Best Original Music Score - Paul Schutze. Venice Film Festival 1987: Winner Elvira Notari Prize - Roger Scholes; Winner Pasinetti Award Best Actress - Melita Jurisic.
Subject Communism -- Victoria -- Melbourne -- Drama
Grief -- Drama
Fear of the dark -- Drama
Frontier and pioneer life -- Tasmania -- Drama
Wilderness areas -- Tasmania -- Drama
Feature films -- Australia
Motion pictures, Australian
Melbourne (Vic.) -- Social conditions -- 1945-1965 -- Drama
Central Highlands (Tas.) -- Drama
Tasmania -- History -- 1929-1939 -- Drama
Genre Horror films
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Historical films
Feature films
Fiction films
Additional author Turner, Anne, 1960-
Scholes, Roger
Smart, Rebecca, 1976-
Eadie, Nicholas, 1958-
Longley, Victoria, 1960-2010
Zuanic, Rod
Jurišić, Melita
Haywood, Chris
Alternate title Tale of Ruby Rose (Motion picture : 1987)
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